The company is in flux on many fronts, but Teresa Reichlen’s speech at the gala set out a fresh agenda — and dancers are delivering peak performances.
Posted in: #MeToo Movement, Allegro Brillante (Dance), Dancing, Gordon, Joseph (Dancer), Hyltin, Sterling, Martins, Peter, Mearns, Sara, Mejia, Roman, New York City Ballet, Reichlen, Teresa, Symphony in C (Dance)
Patricia McBride, Edward Villella and Mimi Paul have been invited to coach the roles that were made for them by George Balanchine.
Posted in: Dancing, Hyltin, Sterling, Jewels (Ballet), Krohn, Rebecca, McBride, Patricia, New York City Ballet, Prodigal Son (Ballet), Villella, Edward
The company, directed by a team of four young people since the resignation of Peter Martins, is in a state of impressive improvement.
Posted in: Adams, Sara (Dancer), Catazaro, Zachary, Coppelia (Ballet), dance odyssey (Ballet), Dancing, Finlay, Chase, Gerrity, Emilie, Hod, Ashley (Dancer), Huxley, Anthony (1988- ), Hyltin, Sterling, Kowroski, Maria, Litton, Andrew, Lovette, Lauren, Mearns, Sara, Miller, Miriam (Dancer), Mozartiana (Ballet), New York City Ballet, Not Our Fate (Ballet), Peck, Justin, Peck, Tiler, Petipa, Marius, Ramasar, Amar (1981- ), Reichlen, Teresa, Veyette, Andrew, Walker, Peter (Dancer), Woodward, Indiana
Prokofiev’s score works its potent cinematic charm, but Peter Martins’s 2007 ballet still seems like a series of unfinished sketches.
Our critic calls “Odessa,” Mr. Ratmansky’s new piece for New York City Ballet, “peculiar and marvelous.”
Posted in: Dancing, David H. Koch Theater, de Luz, Joaquin, Hyltin, Sterling, Mearns, Sara, New York City Ballet, Odessa (Ballet), Peck, Tiler, Ramasar, Amar (1981- ), Ratmansky, Alexei, Stanley, Taylor (1991- )
“You can really only act with your torso,” said Sterling Hyltin, who dances the role of the Sleepwalker, gliding across the stage in bourrées.
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The New York City Ballet principal dancers Sara Mearns and Sterling Hyltin team up with the choreographers Rashaun Mitchell and Jodi Melnick in the second installment of this series at St. Mark’s Church.